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Key Performance Indicator

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For a long time this topic has been a ticking time bomb within me and I now need to explode. The immediate provocation is the blog published by Bernard Marr on September 25, 2013 (http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130925053608-64875646-the-4-kpis-every-manager-has-to-use Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is … Continue reading

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Outcomes Versus Results

Outcomes is the “Means to the end” which is results. So why do enterprises focus on the latter and ignore the former? The fly on the wall would say “everyone likes to take the path of least resistance”. Is it … Continue reading

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The Reform of the Education System

I was drawn to the OP-ED column of Thomas L. Friedman published in the New York Times on November 23 /24, 2010(http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/24/opinion/24friedman.html?_r=1) through a tweet from Vinod Khosla (http://twitter.com/#!/vkhosla) “We need better parents to hold their kids to better standards. … Continue reading

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The Unknown Performance Parameter

Have you ever wondered about this thing called “form”? I am referring to the word used by and for people in sports. Why does a Roger Federer or a Nadal look invincible on court one day and on another, just … Continue reading

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